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A F R E E P E O P E E 



VOL 4. 



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FREE P, -K E S S M Alt EJ 

77^7ir = TTJJNOIS rTI^ T llSOAY, MAY 24, I***. 

THE CHICAGO PLATFORM. 



NO. % 

The EecjU. 



Democratic Victories, 



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The Third Party. 



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VOL 



THE WEEKLY CENTRAL TRANSCRIPT. 



NO. 



Sits SUrnitBcript. 



Abraham Lincoln, 

hannibal hamlin, 



Chicago Convention. 

Tah.l Dn,-U, -nh,j *,-,,., 
;„.,<.,.: M„.j |S -A lull ho,..,? I 
Or, Lmu^okiIi!^ it.i- in. 

re»l in the pruceedtu-s atemed to in 
tie as the lime for LaHolln- app.-e.icb- 



- f I. ALLr/.,| K.-u.sMp. 

richard' yates, 
francis a. hoffman, 



Lincoln's Nomination. 



tip ou Fiiiday and Satur 
tho newa"v,as proeloinio. 



in city and village, and furm-heu 
Abraham Lincoln had bean nominated 
for President by Ilia Republican J 



, Mr. Lincoln's i 
the teachings ( 



,- ./ ulii-l, e 



The Duty of Illinois. 

The joyful iatelii^onca of Mr. Lit 



k '-i-,n\u^ oh the floor of tbt 

ilriiiuri uf thaRevoIjition 

;hat the blood bo lavishly 

'a Hill, had all been shod in 
' have Ward the jr.uciplc; 

«d reviled, not by c 
Europe, but by Dew 
i Atueiioa— they have 
bouoat labor insulted 

a the dignity of labo 



enacuialcd by tbe sol. 
ma of our delegates, th, 
candidate, Illinois nius 
doubtful Stale, but t». 
story would be oeilain. 

her Weitora States, hi 
et of producing tbe rece 
oago. We have promise 
dor the leadership of M 



Rm. Mr <■;. 

.,tb piayer 



.unoed the pendin; 
t for candidate. Co 



. William H Scwar 



I Bates. Corwin.ofOhio, o 
IcLean Sebum, Wiscon 
tbe nomination of Seward. 



i- ballot was ordered. The: 



Mr. Lincoln's Official notification 

f the Na- 

i*l">- "»,• •. 



Tho Committee app 
tional Republican (Jon. 
(..LiUuag ol Mr. Ashmbs, rrtiid. 
the Con von turn, and tho chairman i 
r«"i-e<li.e delations :Vom tlia « 
Stau-ii. to notify Mr. Lincoln ofhis 






eity on Saturday 
Gr2 



Kailruada Tbe train existed ofll 



tamed a lira* nuwU- ..* -i* :<,„£,-. ■ 
man) <>> Mr Liu „t„', personal t 
with tho Penney Ivan i ^ Cam#r»n 



n Hiifld: ,lirt.: l .L]|--t-ci mjVf uj t 



! I ,,■■!. ;he ,,: 

■ th. LWi.., 



Slate House, wher 
(cfMiblioan meeting 
- 'li-t-n-u -bed -peal 



Lincoln— November. 



Indiana apeke oat in her glory; 






,7^^; , m ^ D ,; ,r , l a ',f ;,-.,. 



Rivers and Harbors and of the Home- 
■ Uadbill, and bj his prompt and inde- 
fatigable attention to the business ef bis 
constituents in Congress and intbede- 
port meats, a vast amount of which. Dom- 
ing from all .parts of tho State, devolved 

-..'< ii-cJi llliu.- -. Iio had >e. iir.-l ft l.i,i'i 






Thousand Dollar 



° CaThou» ,m Esq t " thenar. 






miicans ot Uimtotiia 
Dtifiad to meet at tbt 
Clinton, on Friday. 



o'olock, 1' M., for 
ting delegates to the 



The C ,-■„-, 



present yon the fcdlowiu- letter which 



Convent!. 

;[..,-;. ■:■ to fe 



publican Club. Let ovory friei 
of Free Speeob, Free Press, and Free 



o o'clock, P. M., for the i 
ing three delegates to th 



ominaled for President, such rejoicings 

r&ZL J^JT" oh9r * a,ar ° f 

oriais, peculiarly ai^^ifioant. Rorn in 
Slav* Slate, be experienced in his owa 
-arson all the evils which tho existence 
»f slavery ontuils upon those who are 



Eaton; in the House 139 



lluii^ iu the Kepi.hhrui, j.htfjrm 

of lbs charge was that io tho i 
Will not let Republican pri'ie:].].., 



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' the 1 ce State.-. at* «„[ Ct «L_' *;;!, 
If he has not thonght of n'l thi- 
aendtohi, consider^,,,, th, „,. 
baoom*" s* ° t ' flratiUQ ' ° n th ''* da ; 
.approaching. Whatever may b 
the re«n!t of ihu ephemeral oenteat be 
tween Jndge Douglas and mveelf, J s < 
' ' y«; J( J/ tf ap^.^-k.mj tc'/tfn t> , pi 

> ' <"' R ,i a i, / 



-■sultof the Charleston Uenvontion inakt 
pretty evident thai tbe Donglas doctria 
innot prevail in tbo Southern States- 






RICHARD YATES 



cessful and upright men of biisine 
' nring the time that Richard ».ut 
the schools in that city, John Calh,.. 

After le'a^,. s. -1.0..I. he retired to U% 
en"aged n f." U ",fl',n'l" tlmoln imlne'r 






I... h.i. l.y a lor-r in,|.,rity. 

It iv j? daring hi- He*'..M>.i to 
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M v ni \ L n jmn ) 

-■^..t .>-|.,, nb ,l.,l„, „|,iih is inson 
le (V„u, Hint I - " 

I. I .„■!.! ,:, 
id experiosced t 



The various memuara of t 

■ ■ '„.,,',.:;:„'„, ;,": ' ;,; 

had coma. L'po.i eiij.,, a^ 



'ie \-a ....us njon.bars ..-' |!, ? C-sraan, 
,cre thea prcaeotcd to Mr. Lincoln 
S--cls.i cch ..oai cordiallj. Afle- 



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nth a sealed dispatch, which 

d a sudden p.ll.r'cauio ot.r 
He gazed upon it intently 



louse who is intoceat 
her appearance of agit 






Mew Mexico, to guard some .lock whici 
at to graze, whon they found tha 

huXd y Zl^iTvXiLtT Th 



tfaMBtdlpt.!? on'dl^ideT Thawr 1 
n tasuig L^ brain for an expedi 
vhioh to convc-i int.i ■.--,, 
.er.tie p-.-nl in which hi- rmv w,,: 
;.....;. . -.r,g!e j.:- K which had ',e 



isorae pebbles, trhich irere confined with 



Clay, he onll not 



ons oi the Wing policy, i 

I rgi-U'ur... h,'«... irnimplmtly u 



! tbe 111,,. r ..,l, L -y, and in I?*" 
Th-w 



ooratie, and Mr Votes I 
Whig chosen. Morgan c 



iy .' repr..s.-i,turv^ ho v, as u -«.ii , I 
by » -.till inrrea«ed majority ii-. eo'j. 
the l^gisUture ovinoed greatjudget 



entionof tbe Whig part) of bus Dis- 
trict, which then estended from Morgan 
and Sangamon counties north to LaSalle, 

gress.— This convention was presided 
over by Hon. Francis Arenz of Cass, that 

though dow dewed, will always be re- 

mouboied with love and honor hv those 



aother Whig" sompetitor, and" who 
.ion to great ability, eajoyed the 



the dog loose, kno 









rt. He d 




his greatest spetj 


to Fort Deh 










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net"^^ 


'.Tve"'. 



a meagre wmjority ol Two b 

loin bad given to Pierce a 
near Two Thousand over 8c 



i made tho subject t 
template. Lately si 



If a feller catch a feller carrying oft 
is wood, should a fellor whale a falter if 

feller could?— German tow a Express. 

If a body epy a body creeping round 
is lot, aboundi.'. a bady treat a tody to 

load of auotf-Namich Express. 

If a body catch a body stealing his 
old rye," should a body kick a body 



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body just for do- 

r stealing all his 
pelt • bady like 



K a body oaloh a body stealing all 
hickene, should a body pelt a bady I 
;the very Dickens?— Centre Demoerat. 

If a body catch a body toting eff [ 
':£'., -tr.. : . .■■■iidi^ate" peaking in almost gaose, should a body fl 
every precinct of tho District,— and tli» — - A™**? Mt v aw 



. Tales i 



very deuce?— Mt. Vernon Gazette. 
.rSW-' ■ w.fj, "should TboJy wit 7 h Tpisloft 



ring ape: 

Y'V;""" 

only Whig ropra- ' 



er fight a Pryor 
°-'U Press. 



VOL. 4. 



THE WEEKLY CENTRAL TRANSCRIPT 



NO. 26 



jfthe jjrana mpt. 

County Convention 



It':" 



±o Hflyiibllcana of DoWi; 



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„,T£ ,L f Great Arrival ! 

g|| QMT SSE9f@ 

I ,'■ ■*"■-■ At J. & E. GOLDSMITHS' 

sstf° £« lothing 

HOUSE, 



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■KPWIN A TECK -.iilhnrii 



«®- BABZILLA 



■DARIUS HALL nntfao. 



•UKOAH 11 I'm 1 1, i 



-JOHN J. McSIlAW 



BOOTS & SHOES.' KTEW 

|S TOME!! 



NEW ROOM 





^towo BR0TH fy?5 . 

,., J CIRCUS! 

S^Tu Model Show of the United States, 

k Antonio Brothers, 



J212ZZ12S* 

Olotliijngr, 

FtTRNISHINQ GOODS, 

Hats, Caps, &c, &c, 
Bought for the Cash ! 

C.HSiPM 

m&m OTH STOCK 



W A M P L A N 1) 8 ! 

ix I'lcwirr county 



M5SIS 



Q.neeiiswarc, 

Gl'OCCi'ics, 

Hats and Caps, 

Clothing, 
Cassimercs, 

SatincMs, and 
Siiiiiinci' Goods, 

roil .MEN'S WEAK, 

M' Al-L MISS 





A»ent. for Hi. Tr.n.i ript, 



MB"'.'''',' '.'"''' '"'"'<' ">" > 



Greater Attraction, 

sEAIf EVES, * 

R. R. CRANGVS 

N SIOOIIE 4 McGUAW'S BLOCK 



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KTE5W 

S T ORE!? 



SEW »««!«, 



£ H s A 5' § 



Groceries, 

lotllillg. 



Queciiswai 

Hals and Caps, 
Clol 
Cassimeres, 

Satinctts, and 
Summer Goods, 

I'OR MEN'S WEAR, 

OF ALL EIjSfDS 



Family Groceries 



O o> fT© © <e : 



War! War 
Vera Cruz. Taken!! 

Stores. &c, 



§ % © © 8 3 

DIRECT 1 UOM \. VOKK : 

Magidl & Co., 
Dress Goods 

Bonnets and Ribbons, 
I-I A T S AND CAPS 

Boots and Shoes 

At Very Low Prices! 

' ' • ' "" " " ' Ol'EEXSWAUE : 

At Lower Prices ! !j ^ A ,., , , ;rllJ 6 ,„ c ,., _„„..., 

Gr^oeriesi.Totoacco, 

WflOBEN-WiBE. MU,:L!; -, 1N !'" 1 :i' U MN l , M ' l " E> 

POWDER, SHOT, LEADS CAPS 

As, 

OMPETIT 



w&w m&W-t, 



CONFEi 
EATING HOUSE. 






FECTIONARtES 
»l> B ot op at all hom 

JENNN'NGS, 



New Hakertj 

AND CONFECTIONERY 



Dye & Phillips, 



81 



rugs, 



STTGrARS; ' ,»« vi 



Wool VVa ijted ! 



Furniture ! 

TIDBAIX & BGGAH, 



n'",'i',','.".i,'. h"'*, ".I'E.'. 

Ourl.lc-dioioballl 



Farmers' . 

MILLS? 8 



JVEillirtery 

1) i-ess- Mali in a;! | 



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Greater AUraclion, ; 
*JsCfi.N EVER, ' 




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ratio Ephraipa'! '/or 


zkt Ei -w 
SPEIKfi GOODS 

R. R. CRAXG'S 

IN MOORE 4 McGRAW - B] OOK 




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FAIRBANKS' 


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Clocks! Clocks! 

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3. 


^SCALES 


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0CER1ES 

S NEW BUILDING 


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NO. 26. 



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KTB"W 

STORE!! 
sw » ■©■ -o> »e . 

,;„ /■„;./„■ i-j.«r,, 

c b k k f ■ s 

Q,ueoKswaxe, 

Groceries, 
Hats and Caps, 

Clothing 



% % % m n, 

MA GILL & CO., 

Dress Goods, 

[ i A T s AND C A P S . 

Boots and Shoes, 

At Very Low Prices! 



Cassimeres, 

Sat incfts, and K K ■"■ " v • M A " E _ 

S«.mcr Goods, klJOTIIi% 



ROSENCRANS & MERRELL, 

Family Groceries 

PKIKD Arl'LT'S AND VEACUES, 

Molasses; 

O o> fT© «e © : 

TESASi 
SnUGr-A-HiSS; 

PISH, 
QUEEN SW. 



HEW BMDiEY, Dye & Phillips, 

CONFECTIONERY | =^._ , : |-^ 
EATING BCOtfSE. ! 



Drugs, 



New Bakery 

AND CONFECTIONER' 



Plows ! Plows 






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^T~0REC0N ^3 

=- rule -=a 

— co. -==| 




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(.'lochs! Clocks! 4£L*%S CAKES 

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35 •' 

Rem oral ! 
ft* C3r> "W. KTeal 
""'N',, 1 -; ,.,:,'.',','' I: ' KV G ROGERlEJ 

TO HIS NEW BUILDING 

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Lime! Ijimc! „ .,. ,„ % , .. 

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